Posted 21 February 2023 in EMpower News, Careers | Share
The Programmes Intern will contribute to EMpower’s Programme Team Learning by spearheading efforts to compile grant results for 2021 and 2022, including associated indicators and metrics, in EMpower’s internal grants management system (Fluxx). They will gain experience using this software, which is widely used in the field of philanthropy. They will coordinate with the Global Grants Associate to ensure the integrity of data entry across regions for all impact data (qualitative and quantitative). Through this process, they will gain an in-depth understanding of EMpower’s work across 15 emerging market countries to enable marginalized young people to transform their lives and communities.
They will report to the Global Grants Associate.
The primary responsibilities of the intern include (but are not limited to) the following:
Knowledge, Skills, Values, and Education
The programme intern contributes to efforts to improve the lives and horizons of marginalised young people ages 10-24 in emerging market countries. The knowledge, skills, values, and abilities for this position are as follows.
Compensation and Benefits
Working hours: The Intern will be required to work 20 hours per week; specific hours and days will be negotiated with the Global Grants Associates.
Compensation: Hourly rate for this position will be dependent on the location and experience of the candidate. This will be paid monthly based on submitted invoices.
Taxes: EMpower will not be responsible for making any tax deductions from your payment. Any tax commitment that arises with this engagement is the sole responsibility of the intern.
Benefits: This agreement does not entitle you to any benefits including, but not limited to, compensatory time, vacation, sick leave, personal days, maternity leave, jury duty, health dental or life insurance, or annuity contributions.
The individual will be working remotely and will require access to a laptop with Microsoft Office.
Although the position has been advertised UK as the location, we are open for candidates in Europe and South and North America as well.
How to Apply: Please send a cover letter and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, putting Programs Intern in the subject line. The closing date for applications is 3rd March, 2023.
Due to the high number of applications, we will only be able to respond to successful applicants.
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